Have you considered ordering Essiac in capsule form?

Before you do, read this. 

Capsules certainly offer more convenience - but that convenience comes at a price.

Essiac is an old Ojibway Indian formula. In Ojibwa culture, they considered every commodity and everything in nature to be a gift from god. Because of this, they were sure to use each and every part of every plant and animal they could. They never threw anything away.

When it comes to the Essiac herbs, what they did is ground them with grinding stones. The ground the herbs into a fine powder which they boiled into a tea. They ground the herbs so fine that they were able to consume them. They didn’t have any colanders or strainers, but they didn’t need them because they didn’t waste anything.

 

To this day, this same method of preparation is the best way to get the entire plant into your body in its organic state.

 

It’s no mistake that this product is called “Essiac Tea.” It’s called a tea because it’s meant to be brewed and consumed as such! Luckily for you, it’s super simple to make Essiac tea with powdered herbs, just as Rene Caisse used.

All you need to do is boil water and add the contents of the packet of Essiac tea. After brewing it for 10 minutes you can leave the mixture on the stove for 12 hours before storing it in the fridge. Then when it’s time to drink the tea, you simply pour out the amount you need and take it cold.

7 comments

  • So then what’s wrong with the capsules? What did I miss?

    chris scarmeas
  • I do not see how capsules could possibly equal making and drinking the TEA. I make about 3 quarts of tea at a time, following the instructions, then stir it very well and quickly pour it into empty glass bottles and refrigerate it. Then when it’s time to take some essiac tea, I just shake the bottle till the tea is well mixed, pour out 3 oz. and drink it! Very simple. I joke that it tastes like I made tea with my compost pile, because I find the taste to be a pleasant, earthy sort of taste, and about the texture of Japanese tea.

    Monty Chipman

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